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Thread: Fabbed a custom .063 aluminum case for my VIA - *PICS*

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    Dude you rock,

    Uhm I'm from Holland and i'm questioning is it possible to get one to the Netherlands???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drjekkyl
    money sent, i will post about the case when it arrives

    Thank You Dr. Jekky, Ill be shipping your new case out as soon as possible! Thank you again and I look foward to the feedback.
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    Is there any chance of you making one to fit the VIA EPIA MII 1000? I would buy one in a heartbeat.

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    Ill be shipping out the case today via UPS, and will PM you the tracking information. Thank you again for your purchase and good luck with your install/build.
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    PM'd you the tracking link. Will be there tomorrow, overnight style!
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    Awesome, i'm anxiously awaiting the arrival this morning
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    The case has arrived and looked great, as the pictures you posted look, unfortunately UPS dropped it pretty hard on one of the thumb screws and bent the top cover a little bit I'm going to fix it and get it looking pretty again. Thanks again.
    1994 Dodge Stealth R/T TT

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    Damn UPS guys, I was actually thinking I should put the thumbscrews inside of the case and use normal screws on the outside for shipping just because the thumbscrews stick out kind of far. Let me know if you want me to fab you a new lid, that ****es me off and I will def let my UPS guy know and make them ship you a new lid for free! Im interested to see your build, keep me updated as you go and take a lot of pictures!!!
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    Don't worry about the lid, it's not that bad, just needs alittle tweaking, but the board fits perfect inside the case. I just need to get a hard drive and dvd drive and i'm set to start fabricating. I think I read in your other post that you went to a regular hard drive instead of a laptop, how is it holding up behind the dash during driving? I may go that route as well if it's holding up okay for you. I'll get a digital camera and start taking pics soon. Thanks again
    1994 Dodge Stealth R/T TT

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    The Harddrive is holding up ok, I hear laptop drives are more resistant to vibration and such but Full size drives are much cheaper (even if i need to replace) I have mine solid mounted and it has givin me no issues so far. The reason I went with larger is because I have the power to run it (they are 12v hungry) And i figure its physically larger so the arm, disks should be bigger/stronger etc. But either way you go should be ok, Im not exactly sure how your setting up your PC but the case was designed for an m2-ATX power supply and a laptop drive to fit into it. If you move some stuff around im sure you could fit a 3.5 though. I would recommend the M2-atx, thats the P.S. im running and have had 0 issues. Keep me updated on your build!
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